|View Poll Results: Where does Autism fall in your decision making?|
|This is the Main reason we select/delay/didn't vax||5||83.33%|
|It is a major concern, but not the only||14||100.00%|
|Its a concern but one among many||36||100.00%|
|Not even on the list||28||100.00%|
|This was something I considered when researching||18||100.00%|
|This wasn't even a consideration when researching||7||100.00%|
|Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 6. You may not vote on this poll|
How about you all?
DS 10/09 DS 2/17/11 Blessing #3 sometime 2/13
The main reason I did not vaccinate my children is because I do not trust the vaccine manufacturers, or the medical community to give me straight answers to my questions and concerns.
Unassisted birthing, atheist, poly, bi WOHM to 4 wonderful, smart homeschooling kids Wes (17) Seth (10) Pandora Moonlilly (6) and Nevermore Stargazer (3) Married to awesome SAH DH.
However, our decision to cease vaxing was greatly related to autism and other neurological injury as DS suffered vax injury at 7 months.
Wife to Chris 12/27/07. DS1 Earth Day 2009 (4/22). DS2 March 6th, 2012.
Is it getting lonely in the echo chamber yet?
I do think that for some children vaxes could be a trigger but for others it isn't an issue.Autism needs more research.
me, herding 5 critters a cat and a dog. DS 11/01, DS 10/04, DD 2/06, DS 5/07 and DD 9/10
Yes, it was a major concern of mine. Through my research, autism became the least of my concerns, however, as there are many, many other concerns I have with vaxes. But, yes, autism was at the top of my list when I first started researching...mainly due to my cousins.
I do believe that vaccines may cause autistic regression, but its at the bottom of the list for reasons I no longer vaccinate.
Mama to L (7) and A (born 7/15 by VBAC)